Increasingly, dynamic law firms are realizing that their competitiveness and service delivery levels correlate directly with cloud technology adoption. However, firms must first overcome their cloud-related security and compliance concerns … challenges that dynamic firms are leveraging as opportunities and for competitive advantage. Firms who have embraced cloud technology have started around core processes including document management and collaboration, areas that have a direct impact on service delivery and client trust.
The session will first and foremost demystify and address security concerns around the cloud and then showcase opportunities delivered by cloud technology centered on document lifecycles and collaboration. Attendees will leave with an intimate understanding of cloud opportunities, challenges, and how cloud‐only platforms will not only meet but exceed the security and governance requirements law firm clients demand. Specifically, we will arm you with the security standards and certifications your cloud provider needs to deliver so you and your clients are protected at all times. In addition, we will share real word case studies of recent cloud deployments and successes.
The session is being delivered jointly by Tikit and NetDocuments, two organizations that are leaders in cloud‐only document and collaboration solutions for law firms large and small worldwide.
We are presenting this topic in seven cities across Canada:
May 1 Vancouver At Earls Yaletown
May 7 Calgary At McLennan Ross LLP
May 8 Edmonton At McLennan Ross LLP
May 16 Winnipeg At
May 21 Toronto At
May 23 Montreal At
May 29 Halifax A
Registration 12:00pm – 12:30pm
Presentation and lunch 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Networking 2:00pm – 2:30pm
About the presenters:
Peter Zver, President Tikit Inc
Peter Zver was appointed President of Tikit North America in July, 2013 and has been serving the legal market for over two decades. His background is in Information Systems and Finance and was the founder of Zver & Associates and PensEra Knowledge Technologies, both of which specialized in addressing the business of law via the delivery of technology products and services. His work has mainly focused on revenue and profitability solutions, more specifically timekeeping and the impact next generation technologies have on improving profitability and client relationships for law firms. Peter is an active contributor to ILTA and other legal industry media organizations.